NEW RELEASE- Domain du Tix

First time in BC, Domaine Du Tix situated in the sun bathed region of Vaucluse and is at 350 meters elevation benefiting hot days and cool nights. The small size of our vineyard makes artisanal methods possible; producing exceptional quality and limited wines at these incredible prices. Our first order is limited.


2019 Domaine du Tix Cuvee Des Grandes Pointes
6X750ml 40 cases imported

SKU #469426 31.95 Wholesale

Vin de pays de Vaucluse blanc

Viognier 100%

Vinification :Direct pressing and partially matured in oak barrels.

From the 45-year-old vines, we gently extract the aromatic fruity character. The meticulous work in the vineyards (three hand collected harvests) and the precious work on the lees, enhance its rich texture and its inviting aromatic style. 

91 points James Suckling A mineral and slightly creamy viognier here, with dried lemon and hints of nectarine and chalk. Not an aromatic expression, but rather introverted and elegant with quite a crisp, chalky mouth-feel. Drink now.


2018 Domaine du Tix Cuvee Bramefan
6X750ml 40 cases imported

SKU #469420 31.95 Wholesale


AOC Ventoux Rouge

Syrah 92%, Grenache 8% 15-year-old vines 

Vinification:Malolactic fermentation in oak barrels and aging for 10 months in barrels. 

This AOC Ventoux 2018 red wine evokes the unique character of the terroir by combining the power of old vines and the freshness of the soil. Spicy, with aromas of black cherry and violet. Ideal with lamb, red meats.


2018 Domaine d Tix Cuvee Dona Maria
6X750ml 30 cases imported

SKU #262843 35.95 Wholesale

AOC Ventoux Rouge

Grenache 91%, Syrah 9%

Vinification: Malolactic fermentation in oak barrels for Syrah. Fermentation in concrete vats for Grenache. Partially aged in barrels for 11 months.

91 points James Suckling 

Aromas of sweet black cherries and berries with grilled spices, dried flowers and herbs. A rich, flavorful red with medium body, coated by fluffy tannins that are loaded with concentrated blackberries and cherries. 85% grenache and 15% syrah. Drink now or hold.

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